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1971 Columbus, Ohio mayoral election

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Columbus, Ohio mayoral election, 1971
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Jack Sensenbrenner (1).jpg
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Candidate Jack Sensenbrenner Tom Moody
Party Democratic Republican

Mayor before election

Jack Sensenbrenner

Elected Mayor

Tom Moody

The Columbus mayoral election of 1971 was the 74th mayoral election in Columbus, Ohio. It was held on Tuesday, November 2, 1971. Incumbent Democratic mayor Jack Sensenbrenner was defeated by Republican party nominee Tom Moody.

Further reading

  • Bradshaw, James (October 9, 1971). "At His Campaign Kickoff At The Southern Hotel Mayor Sensenbrenner Pridefully Tells Of The Accomplishments Of His 14 Years As Mayor And Promises More If Re-Elected". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Bradshaw, James (January 8, 1971). "Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Tom Moody Announces His Resignation, Apparently to Run As a Republican Candidate For The Mayor Of Columbus". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Bradshaw, James (January 4, 1971). "Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Tom Moody Is Considering a Bid For The Columbus Mayor's Seat". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1B.
  • Bradshaw, James (November 22, 1970). "GOP's Ongoing Campaign For The Cols Mayor's Office, Thwarted In The Past By The Belief That Sensenbrenner Is Unbeatable, Is Gaining Enthusiasm From Ongoing Dem Infighting". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 17A.
  • Cain, David (October 24, 1971). "The Web Of Controversy Continues to Thicken As Tom Moody Charges That Desperation Tactics Are Being Used And Mayor Sensenbrenner Continues to Espouse His Record Of Progress". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 4A.
  • Jordan, Gene (September 19, 1971). "Columbus Mayor's Race Opened At Full Throttle Last Week With Lots Of Activity From Both Tom Moody And Mayor Sensenbrenner". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Jordan, Gene (September 9, 1971). "Mayoral Contender Tom Moody, 41, Criticizes Mayor Sensenbrenner's Term In Office As He Opens His Campaign Headquarters At 98 N High St". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 33A.
  • Jordan, Gene (October 3, 1971). "Tom Moody Slips Into Slight Lead Over Mayor Sensenbrenner In Dispatch Mail Poll Results Of Mayor's Race". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • Jordan, Gene (October 17, 1971). "Voters Are Taking The Opportunity to Attack The Candidates In The Dispatch Mail Poll; There Are Positive Comments For Tom Moody And Negative Ones For Mayor Sensenbrenner". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. p. 1A.
  • "Mayor Sensenbrenner Accumulates Support From Democrats, Unions, And Neighborhood Groups; Tom Moody Believes That He Is Closing The Gap And Narrowly Trails The Incumbent". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. October 17, 1971. p. 7A.
  • "Mayor Sensenbrenner Announces He Will Seek Re-election Next Year". Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. August 18, 1970. p. 1B.
  • "Mayor Sensenbrenner Expects to Begin Circulating Petitions In Order to File For Candidancy For Re-election Next Year". The Columbus Dispatch. Columbus, Ohio. December 1, 1970. p. 11 A.

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